Rumble on the Docks (1956)

A juvenile delinquent (James Darren) puts his gang behind a New York waterfront union racketeer (Michael Granger).

Soul Assassin (2001)

A security agent (Skeet Ulrich) for an investment bank discovers corporate espionage is linked to his girlfriend's death.

One Way Out (2002)

Casino owners order a policeman (James Belushi) posing as a hit man to kill a married woman who happens to be his lover.

The Sky We Were Born Under (2011)

To save his relationship, a man leaves the city he lives in and returns to his hometown, a place he wished to avoid forever due to a childhood trauma.

Blood Runs Cold (2011)

An ax-wielding maniac turns a quiet retreat into a grisly nightmare for a woman (Hanna Oldenburg) and her friends.

Thumbelina (1970)

Based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy-tale classic about a tiny princess born inside a tulip and menaced by a witch.

Levy and Goliath (1987)

A Jewish man's day takes a bizarre turn when a woman tries to hide heroin in his bag.

Desert Mice (1959)

Mediocre British entertainers go to Africa to raise troop morale in World War II.

Leprechaun's Revenge (2012)

Karen is unaware that decades earlier, townspeople banished a bloodthirsty leprechaun to another dimension after a massacre. She accidentally sets the creature free, and has to convince her father to help send it away again.

Red Hollywood (1996)

Filmmakers Thom Andersen and Nol Burch examines the films made by the victims of the Hollywood Blacklist.

Beau James (1957)

In the midst of the economic boom of the 1920s, the Democratic Party machine picks irresponsible state senator Jimmy Walker (Bob Hope) as its candidate for mayor of New York City. Elected by a huge margin, the charming Walker bites the hand that feeds him by threatening to root out government corruption. Meanwhile, the love triangle between Jimmy; his estranged wife, Allie (Alexis Smith) ; and his Broadway-star girlfriend, Betty Compton (Vera Miles), threatens to topple his administration.

Letters to Elena (2010)

In Mexico, a mailman's adopted son (Jos Eduardo) changes sad letters to happy ones and experiences his first love with a girl (Gatilla Odio) from his village.

RG Veda (1999)

Six warriors must band together to defeat an evil general who plans to rule the universe.

Detonator Orgun (1991)

A young man must unravel the mystery behind a suit of alien armor before Earth is taken over by an alien race.

Astro Zombies: M3 - Cloned (2010)

Dr. DeMarco (Donna Hamblin) and an elite team of mercenaries have to battle zombies who escape from a restricted area and begin a murderous rampage.

Almayer's Folly (2011)

A merchant's dreams of riches for his daughter are shattered by his greed and prejudice.

Guidance (2009)

Ordinary people experience extraordinary situations.

A Taxi Driver in New York (1987)

Police make an Italian tourist (Alberto Sordi) drive a taxi after he witnesses a mob hit.

Insaf Ka Tarazu (1980)

After inheriting his wealthy father's estate, a man pursues a beauty queen. Things turn sinister when he is charged with sexual assault the morning after visiting her.

Jigri Dost (1969)

An official's daughter is pleased when her father betroths her to another official, until she catches her intended in the arms of another woman.

Pride of Maryland (1950)

Banned for betting on himself, an unorthodox jockey (Stanley Clements) makes a comeback.

Two Women (1999)

A psychotic (Mohammad Reza Forutan) begins to destroy the future of one female Iranian collegian (Niki Karimi) who tutors another (Merila Zare'i).

State of Violence (2010)

A South African corporate leader's past as a revolutionary comes back to haunt him.

Real Bullets (1989)

Movie stunt artists must rely on their athletic skills for survival when they stumble across a drug kingpin's fortress.

Beer Drinkers in Space (1983)

Capt. Slosh and his boozy crew drink their way across the galaxy.

Seasons of a Life (2010)

An employer impregnates his teenage nanny then pays for her education to keep her quiet.

The Racket (1928)

In this Prohibition-era silent film, James McQuigg (Thomas Meighan) is an honest police captain in a city ruled by gangsters and corrupt politicians. McQuigg tries repeatedly to arrest Nick Scarsi (Louis Wolheim), a bootlegging kingpin, but can't get charges to stick. After rejecting Scarsi's bribes, the incorruptible McQuigg is transferred out of town, but refuses to be intimidated. When Scarsi's younger brother is caught in a hit-and-run, McQuigg attempts to take down the criminal underworld.

Hercules of the Desert (1964)

Hercules arrives to rescue a band of desert wanderers from the domination of a tyrannical princess.

Rosemary (1958)

In East Germany, vibrant and savvy call girl Rosemarie (Nadja Tiller) aspires to get more out of her dead-end life and shrewdly begins blackmailing corrupt capitalist businessmen customers. Encouraged by her success and by the support of her two musician roommates, Rosemarie continues recklessly. When a French client suggests that she spy on the businessmen for him, Rosemarie agrees, and as her inside knowledge grows, she becomes convinced that her influence has made her invincible.

Return to Green Acres (1990)

Cast members from the original TV series are reunited when Oliver tries to save Hooterville from greedy developers.

Lotoman (2011)

The lives of two cousins, Modesto and Manuel are transformed to become millionaires after winning a lottery prize.

Collector's Item (1988)

A Parisian businessman's coincidental meeting with a former lover leads him into a dangerous web of passion and deceit.

The People's Choice (1946)

Laryngitis turns a small-town guy (Drew Kennedy) into a mysterious radio star.

Kidnapped (1948)

Robert Louis Stevenson's hero David Balfour (Roddy McDowall) joins rebel Alan Breck Stewart (Dan O'Herlihy) in 18th-century Scotland.

Hudson's Bay (1940)

In the 1700s, French Canadian explorer Pierre Esprit Radisson (Paul Muni) envisions a vast fur trade based in the Hudson Bay area. Opportunity knocks when Radisson and his associate, Gooseberry (Laird Cregar), meet wealthy Englishman Lord Edward Crewe (John Sutton). After teaching Crewe about frontier survival, Radisson and Gooseberry journey with him to England, where Radisson attempts to convince King Charles II (Vincent Price) to fund his business endeavor.

Edge City (1998)

Tension escalates between urban and suburban teenagers when a prank starts rumors of an attempted rape.

The Mule (2012)

An American reporter searches for her missing brother amid the violence and human smuggling across the U.S.-Mexico border.

Othello (1922)

In this silent version of the Shakespeare play, military ensign Iago (Werner Krauss) chafes upon learning that Gen. Othello (Emil Jannings) has appointed a younger man, Cassio (Theodor Loos), as his lieutenant. Further offended to discover that Othello, a dark-skinned Moor, has secretly married Desdemona (Ica von Lenkeffy), the daughter of a senator, Iago plots revenge. Playing upon Othello's volatile nature, Iago plants clues that Desdemona has been unfaithful with Cassio.

Fitful (2011)

Paula's (Renee O'Connor) car malfunctions near an old broken-down steamship, and she spends the night aboard. But startling commotions awaken her and lead her to all points of the dark and disturbing vessel.

Magnificent Team (1998)

An undercover detective (Francis Ng), his lover (Amanda Lee) and a mutual friend (Christine Ng) try to catch the person who is killing Internet users.

The Miracle According to Salomé (2004)

An idealistic journalist (Ricardo Pereira), a wealthy banker (Nicolau Breyner) and a lieutenant vie for the affections of a prostitute (Ana Bandeira).

Why Do They Call It Love When They Mean Sex? (1993)

A woman (Verónica Forqué) who performs live-sex shows goes into business with a gambling junkie (Jorge Sanz).

The Flirting Widow (1930)

A young woman (Dorothy Mackaill) thinks fast when her pretend suitor, "Col. Smith (Basil Rathbone)," pays her a visit and plays along.

Caravan (1934)

A countess (Loretta Young) marries a Gypsy fiddler (Charles Boyer) instead of a baron's son at harvest time in Tokay wine country, Hungary.

Voodoo Curse: The Giddeh (2006)

College students decide to have a weekend holiday in a secluded cabin, but one of the boys, in an attempt to score with any of the girls, brings along one of his professor's voodoo books.

Restaurant (1998)

A New Jersey bartender/playwright's (Adrien Brody) experiences with love and race influence the outcome of his play.

Wild Horse Mesa (1947)

A cowboy (Tim Holt) helps his sweetheart's (Nan Leslie) father find where wild horses hide.

Hi-De-Ho (1947)

Fast-talking manager Nettie (Ida James) helps legendary jazz bandleader Cab Calloway (Cab Calloway) land a steady gig at the exclusive Brass Hat Club. Upon hearing the good news, Calloway's untrusting girlfriend, Minnie (Jeni Le Gon), mistakenly assumes that he and Nettie are having an affair. As Calloway and his band prepare for their maiden performance at the Brass Hat, the vengeful Minnie asks Boss Mason (George Wiltshire) -- the thuggish owner of a competing club -- to put a hit on her man.

Paris Interlude (1934)

During the 1920s, a Parisian femme fatale startles her friends by choosing a little-known journalist to be her mate.

Flesh and the Spur (1956)

A man (John Agar) looking for his twin brother's killer rides with a gunman (Touch Connors) who has something to hide.

Four Ways Out (1954)

When a group of men hold up a Roman finance office, each of them plans a unique and individual escape.

Wildcat Saunders (1936)

While in training on a ranch, a boxer (Jack Perrin) discovers that the foreman is involved in a jewel heist.

Flowers of Shanghai (1998)

Women struggle in a Shanghai brothel where everything only appears to be beautiful.

The Toast of New York (1937)

Huckster showman Jim Fisk (Edward Arnold) and his faithful partner, Nick Boyd (Cary Grant), become wealthy smuggling cotton during the Civil War, but when they lose their money, the pair move to New York City and establish themselves as stock speculators. As Fisk and Boyd spar over comely actress Josie (Frances Farmer), Fisk engineers a foolhardy scheme against Cornelius Vanderbilt (Clarence Kolb) to corner the gold market, unmindful of the risks to his investors if his plan should fail.

Till We Meet Again (1936)

Divided by war before they can wed, a London actor (Herbert Marshall) and a Vienna actress (Gertrude Michael) become enemy spies.

August 32nd on Earth (1998)

Though he has a girlfriend, a man (Alexis Martin) agrees to father his best friend's (Pascale Bussires) child.

The Fair (1960)

A priest and a young Frenchwoman (Juliette Mayniel) give shelter to a deserter (Gtz George) from the German army.

Flirting With Fate (1916)

A man hires an assassin to kill him but, later, has a change of heart.

My School Chum (1960)

German soldiers throw a postman (Heinz Ruhmann) in prison after they intercept his letter protesting World War II.

The Mysterious Miss X (1939)

After being mistaken for Scotland Yard detectives, two vaudevillians (Michael Whalen, Chick Chandler) try to solve a murder in a Midwestern town.

Box of Shadows (2011)

The discovery of a 15th-century coffin unleashes dangerous impulses and desires among a group of friends.

El Macho (1987)

Following the example of his father, a young man claims to be the most exemplary macho man.

Seaside Swingers (1964)

Teenagers working at a seaside resort discover that the highlight of the season will be a televised talent contest.

The Mahabharata (1989)

This adaptation of the Indian epic poem and subsequent stage play tells the story of two warring clans. The Pandava brothers come into conflict with the Kauravas, as both tribes, descended from deities, feel they can lay claim to power. Yudhishthira (Andrzej Seweryn), the eldest of the Pandavas, is told by the god Krishna that his destiny is to be king. And his brother Arjuna (Vittorio Mezzogiorno) has a talent for battle. But is war inevitable? Krishna's actions are fraught with ambiguity.

The Champion (1915)

Charlie (Charles Chaplin) wins boxing matches by placing a horseshoe in his glove.

The Sea Pirate (1967)

A French pirate (Gerald Barray) woos an American (Antonella Lualdi) in Paris when not raiding ships in the Napoleonic Wars.

Daggers of Blood (1963)

A Polish colonel (Pierre Brice) falls in love with a princess (Jeanne Crain) engaged to a Cossack (John Drew Barrymore) circa 1700.

Love Potion (1987)

A drug addict (Nancy Paul) deals with an unorthodox doctor after she checks into a rehabilitative clinic.

The Hedgehog (2009)

While planning her suicide, a precocious 11-year-old (Garance Le Guillermic) befriends a new neighbor (Togo Igawa) and a prickly recluse (Josiane Balasko).

La Ruletera (1987)

A cabdriver is heavy on the gas pedal and quick with a sarcastic remark.

Bulldog Drummond in Africa (1938)

The London sleuth (John Howard), his fiancee (Heather Angel) and sidekick pluck a Scotland Yard colonel (H.B. Warner) from a lion pit.

The Lady Hermit (1971)

A master swordswoman recruits two students to help her defeat the evil Black Demon.

Trespasser (2002)

Complications arise after two crooked entrepreneurs (Marco Ricca, Alexandre Borges) hire a hit man to kill their business partner.

The Moment After (1999)

Two FBI missing persons agents (David A.R. White, Kevin Downes) investigate a mass disappearance that may hold religious significance.

The Ape (2009)

A disturbed man (Olle Sarri) tries to make sense of the world.

Tarzan's Three Challenges (1963)

The ape man (Jock Mahoney) goes to Thailand to make sure the heir to a throne reaches it alive.

I Was Nineteen (1968)

A German teen moves to Russia during World War II.

Vital Signs (2009)

A young woman (Marie-Hlne Bellavance) volunteers at a center for the terminally ill.

The 70 Percent Club (2010)

A group of friends prepares for a friend's wedding and struggles with being single.

7 Angels in Eden (2007)

Lovers try to escape from the barren Texas landscape after becoming the last people on Earth.

Should Married Men Go Home? (1928)

Laurel (Stan Laurel) and Hardy (Oliver Hardy) go the the golf course and try to impress the ladies.

Portrait of a Mobster (1961)

A vicious hood rises to the top of the rackets in Depression-era New York in this account of the life of Dutch Schultz.

Apnea (2010)

Dimitri dives into the water of a dark pool after a successful European Championships and recalls his relationship with Elsa, who has mysteriously disappeared.

Mother's Day (1980)

Three women meet demented brothers who live in a shack in the woods of New Jersey.

Wooden Crosses (1932)

French soldiers endure the horrors of World War I.

Blackmail (1929)

During a date, Alice White (Anny Ondra) has a fight with her boyfriend, Scotland Yard Officer Frank Webber (John Longden), and decides to leave with an artist named Mr. Crewe (Cyril Ritchard). Whey they get to the artist's flat, Mr. Crewe attempts to force himself on Alice, and she kills him to defend herself. Frank investigates the case and, after realizing Alice is the culprit, seeks to help her. However, a thief (Donald Calthrop) with blackmail on his mind complicates matters.

Lonely Hearts (1982)

An Australian bank clerk (Wendy Hughes) seeks love with a middle-aged piano tuner (Norman Kaye) met through a dating service.

Summer of Tomorrows (2003)

The life of a mentally disabled man (Christopher Johnson) magically improves following an accident.

The Spirit of Stanford (1942)

A football star decides to turn professional and encounters insurmountable pressures.

The Clockmaker (1974)

Clockmaker Michel Descombes (Philippe Noiret) is a mild-mannered man living alone in the city of Lyon, France, after being deserted by his wife. Michel's quiet life goes into upheaval when he discovers his son Bernard (Sylvain Rougerie) has murdered a local factory foreman. Despite their estranged relationship, the ensuing consequences of his son's actions shatter Michel's concept of his own world and things will never be the same. Based on the novel by Georges Simenon.

T.A.G.: The Assassination Game (1982)

A college reporter (Robert Carradine) helps a coed (Linda Hamilton) play a campus dart-gun game against someone (Bruce Abbott) using bullets.

Mike's Murder (1984)

A Los Angeles bank teller (Debra Winger) probes her lover's (Mark Keyloun) brutal death with his partner (Darrell Larson), who may be next.

The Affairs of Messalina (1954)

The wicked seductress of the Roman Empire weaves her magic among those who adore her.

The Music Master (1945)

Two estranged brothers walk different paths in life; one becomes a poor but beloved musician, the other a wealthy but lonely industrialist.

Oddsac (2010)

The band Animal Collective puts out a visual album.

Eating Alabama (2012)

Filmmaker Andrew Beck Grace and his wife move back to Alabama and decide to eat a diet composed of local seasonal food, but they soon find that accomplishing that goal is not as easy as they first thought.

El Ninja Mexicano (1990)

A group of ninjas penetrates a textile factory to steal a formula, and only a Mexican ninja can stop it.

The Woman in White (1948)

Drawing instructor Walter Hartwright (Gig Young) is en route to the castle of Count Fairlie when he briefly meets a distraught woman dressed entirely in white (Eleanor Parker). Upon reaching his destination, he's shocked to discover that the girl he is to teach, Fairlie's niece Marian (Alexis Smith), is the spitting image of the woman he met. Even more strangely, house guest Count Fosco (Sydney Greenstreet) seems to know something about the lady in white that he's not telling.

Thiruthani (2012)

After a doctor lies to him and tells him he has but a few months left to live, Bharath decides to kill all the local thugs to make his town safe for his family and friends.

Schmelvis: Searching for the King's Jewish Roots (2002)

A search for Elvis Presley's true heritage involves travel from Canada to Israel via Graceland.